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When the island off the coast of Africa was still pristine about 90% was covered in forest. Now only about 7 percent of the original forest cover remains on Madagascar. A platypelis grandis frog juvenile camouflaged against moss in Masoala Peninsula National Park, north east Madagascar Picture: ALEX HYDE/BARCROFT

Wildlife photographer reveals camouflaged animals hidden in their habitat

When the island off the coast of Africa was still pristine about 90% was covered in forest. Now only about 7 percent of the original forest cover remains on Madagascar. A platypelis grandis frog juvenile camouflaged against moss in Masoala Peninsula National Park, north east Madagascar Picture: ALEX HYDE/BARCROFT

Credit: Paul Ouboter/Conservation International Possible new species: Hypsiboas sp. Nicknamed the 'cowboy frog', this species has white fringes along the legs and a spur on the heel. The frog was discovered low on a small branch during a night survey in a swampy area west of the RAP base camp at the Koetari River

New species discovered in Suriname - in pictures

Credit: Paul Ouboter/Conservation International Possible new species: Hypsiboas sp. Nicknamed the 'cowboy frog', this species has white fringes along the legs and a spur on the heel. The frog was discovered low on a small branch during a night survey in a swampy area west of the RAP base camp at the Koetari River

Sonoran Desert Toad . . . that is one big toad!

Sonoran Desert Toad . . . that is one big toad!

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